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Port St. Vincent de Paul

Offering help and hope, Port St. Vincent de Paul provides a home for up to 40 men at a time. The Port has long helped restore hope for men needing transitional, supportive or emergency housing. The Port also supplies meals, clothing and 24-hour staffing. The program helps participants work toward goals for their appropriate next steps in life.

Contact Paul Ashe:
(608) 257-2036
Click here for email.


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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton House

Since 1989, the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton House has been a home to dozens of women and mothers with minor children. Located across four houses in the Williamson- Marquette neighborhood the program helped residents transition to permanent housing and learn solid life skills. Seton House is beginning a transition to a successor St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Program. The program will address the wider challenges of poverty faced by single custodial parents with minor children. Please stay tuned for more information.

Click here to read the history of Seton House.

Contact Priscilla Lentini:
(608) 819-1061
or email at plentini@svdpmadison.org.

“I've learned a lot since I've been there. Like now I know how to budget my money. ... I'd rather be broke and know that all my bills are paid. I look at it like -- I know what things I need and what things I want, and the 'want' I put to the side.”
- Dee Dee, Former Seton House Resident